Writing my way
Updated: Oct 10, 2019
When it comes to writing, I pray about it and get started. And then I get distracted and start doing something else. But then, something triggers my imagination and I'm back on track. I get most of my ideas from listening to inspirational music, messages from the pulpit or conversations with friends. Getting an idea is the easy part, writing the story is what separates me from the dreamers. I visualize my audience cheering and then I decide what dates I want to see it. But again, the battle between me and ADD kicks in. I struggle like everyone else to get started. Between Facebook, Twitter and squirrels, I cant seem to find the time. If only I could make myself sit down long enough to put my ideas on paper, I know my audience will love it. Once I start writing, my characters begin to speak to and I'm on my way to finishing my next play. The excitement of returning to my unfinished work usually keeps me engaged. Writing my way is nontraditional, but it works for me.